The 16-seat Renault Master minibus is a lightweight, efficient vehicleBuyers looking for a smaller minibus than a Ford Transit may find Fishwick’s new Renault Master offering appealing.The Master has 16 passenger seats. It is supplied by Renault Trucks and is sold by Fishwick either as standard or with factory or aftermarket upgrades.Operators can take advantage of Renault Trucks’ 24-hour service network, and with a GVW of 3,900kg, the Master promises excellent fuel returns.miniplus was recently able to view a stock Master minibus at Fishwick’s premises. It comes with a tachograph and the seats have three-point belts.The rear two rows have optional removable fixings and when taken, luggage space is created. Modest overhead racks are fitted as standard.“The Master comes with a 145bhp engine and it is punchy yet economical,” says Matt. “The main difference between a Master and a Transit is that the Renault is a lot more compact by virtue of its front wheel drive platform. It is proving popular with buyers who do not need bigger vehicles.”The dealership anticipates keeping a handful of Masters in stock. No accessible option is yet available due to a stepped floor, but Fishwick does not rule out offering one later.